Member Since: 1st Jul 2019
Nick Elston is one of the highest-profile and leading Inspirational Speakers on the Lived Experience of Mental Health.
In life, we can either let our adversities, our challenges, define us negatively for the rest of our lives…or…we can choose for it to forge something beautiful, something powerful – something that never would have existed without you going through your ‘stuff’ in the first place.
Described as a ‘BIG man, BIG heart, BIG story & BRUTAL honesty!’, ‘Utterly inspirational, absolutely engaging!’ and ’10/10 – a Speaking Masterclass!’ – Nick shares his experiences of Mental Illness, Mental Ill-Health & Breakdown worldwide – through his powerful, inspiring, engaging & emotional talks.
Most importantly, Nick shares his ‘Lived Experience’ through insights, tools, tips and techniques on how to manage Anxiety in Life, in Business – to implement immediately.
In his own words, Nick says ‘I see Lived Experience as the vehicle that takes individuals and organisations from the problem to the solution – but it’s NOT the solution.
So, what does Nick bring to the table? Engagement.
You can have all the Wellbeing & Mental Health initiatives you like – but unless you get engagement in them – absolutely nothing changes.
’For Nick – his talks are where Mental Health meets Personal Development – focusing not just on what anxiety is – but what anxiety does – how it keeps us in a comfort zone, stops us living life on our terms & ultimately how it affects our success – by our own definition.
Nick is regularly featured in the global media, the BBC, industry shows and publications – his talks are delivered to stages, events, boardrooms, businesses, factories, government organisations, schools, universities, prisons & establishments WORLDWIDE!
Inspirational Speaker, Speaking Coach & Mentor Nick Elston
18th Jan 2021
Dear Nick: “There is only so much one can ‘worry’ about nit picking things. As an independent payroll adviser working on my own, the...General practice
17th Nov 2020
Dear Nick: " I don't know if it is the general fear and uncertainty around Covid or the lack of a proper holiday this year, but I am...General practice